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    Sunday, November 13, 2005

    Against Civilization - Feral House

    The best anarchist thought from the king of neo-primitivism himself, John Zerzan. For more anarcho-primitivist philosophy visit Green Anarchy(edited by Zerzan and others & free to prisoners!)

    With mass poisonings, global warming and other tidings of contemporary civilization threatening the planet, shouldn’t we begin to reconsider our unthinking attachment to it?

    Feral House’s new expanded edition of Against Civilization adds 18 new essays and feral illustrations by R.L. Tubbesing to the contemporary classic that provides 67 thought-provoking looks into the dehumanizing core of modern civilization, and the ideas that have given rise to the anarcho-primitivist movement. The editor of this compelling anthology is John Zerzan, author of Running on Emptiness (Feral House) and Future Primitive.

    “I celebrate John Zerzan’s anthology harboring the best of civilized people’s critiques of civilization. Herein the reader will discover the questions that need to be asked and the insights that beg to be nurtured if humankind and the natural world as we know it are to thrive into the future. This book is that important.” — Chellis Glendinning, author of My Name is Chellis and I’m in Recovery from Western Civilization


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